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Our design specialists can guide you through bringing your unique vision to life.
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There are many techniques our jewellers can suggest for making your wedding band uniquely yours. One example is to have it engraved with your fiancée’s fingerprint or a symbol that is meaningful to you both. The ring can be made using a combination of metals and textures, set with diamonds or gemstones. You even have the option of coming into our workshop and making each other’s wedding rings.
Not at all. We have many designs for you to try on and our creative team of jewellers and designers will always have ideas for you. There’s no need to do any research, simply make an appointment and let our friendly team guide you from there.
Definitely not. The benefit of having something custom made is that you can adapt any style or design to perfectly complement your existing jewellery. If you feel your engagement ring is a little plain, a great option can be to add wedding bands either side that feature design elements you love.
Not necessarily. There are lots of cost effective ways to individualise your wedding rings. You can add engraving, set a coloured gemstone inside the ring or add a unique texture to the ring without changing the price much. Browse our Wedding Ring Gallery or view our Price List to get an idea of cost.
If your ring design is difficult to envisage, our designers can create sketches or computer generated images to show you exactly what the finished piece will look like. A small fee is involved for the computer generated images. Once you have tried on our range of designs and seen some sketches, you may feel this step is not necessary but the option is there if you need it.
Most wedding rings take around 4 weeks to create. Sometimes adding features such as hand engraving or unusual gemstones may take a little longer, but we will always be able to give you an accurate timeframe once the design is established.